Tool to identify the origin of products using barcodes. Quickly find the country of origin associated with a specific barcode.
Barcodes Country Codes - dCode
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Barcodes are a sequence of numbers that identify products. The best known barcode is the GTIN (or EAN), certain numbers of which identify the country of origin (the one where the product was registered).
Not all barcodes are GTINs and therefore not all barcodes contain the country code of the product.
GS1 is an international organization that develops and maintains standards for barcode systems including GTIN/EAN.
GS1 is, among other things, responsible for assigning country codes.
When the barcode country code contains the word reserved, it means that the digit slot is reserved for future use.
This may indicate that new codes will be assigned to new countries in the future or that the location has been reserved for specific uses.
Country codes are assigned by the GS1 organization to member countries and territories based on their requests and needs.
Some countries share the same barcode country code, which can sometimes lead to confusion.
Example: United States and Canada share codes 000 to 019
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Barcodes Country Codes on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-12-05,